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Troubled Families-Problem Children: Working with Parents: A Collaborative Process: Working with Parents - A Collaborative Process

Carolyn Webster-Stratton

Published September 20th 1994
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368 pages
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Part one focuses on understanding the problem of child conduct disorders--the behavioral characteristics, causal factors, course of the disorders and research regarding family behavioral approaches for treatment. Describes the childs traits from theMorePart one focuses on understanding the problem of child conduct disorders--the behavioral characteristics, causal factors, course of the disorders and research regarding family behavioral approaches for treatment. Describes the childs traits from the parents perspective and the impact of his/her problems on the family and community. Part two is concerned with treating these disorders. Details the therapy process and methods of helping families as well as cognitive-behavioral theories behind conduct disorders development. Includes an analysis of the process by which parents learn to cope effectively with stresses related to their childs behavior.